Landing the Drop

In today’s video I answer a reader question about drop ball mechanics.

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Screwball elbow torque: is it dangerous?

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I got a question a while ago from a reader who was curious about Jennie Finch’s screwball, specifically wanting to know if it was safer on the elbow than the more widely taught screwball (which is also the one we teach). I want to dispel some myths about screwballs and drops, and shed some light for any pitchers who may rely on these pitches and experience some elbow soreness.

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Reader question: position relative to the power line

Two readers had questions pertaining to my landing position in my last video. Watch for clarification!

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Fastpitch Power visits Arizona

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The Fastpitch Power team took our show on the road this April visiting the Scottsdale, Arizona area to run a pitching clinic for a high school/ travel ball program in that area.

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Alignment at Landing

This weeks video comes from sunny Arizona!

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Reader question: is my practice paying off?

Question from reader T, who just can’t seem to kick the habit of anchor-dragging her back foot even though she practices every day!

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MLB Pitcher Carter Capps busted for crow hopping

Guess what’s not legal in Major League Baseball either!

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Which Change Up is Right for Me?

Palm or flip? I’m going to answer reader John’s question about how to determine the best change-up to teach an individual pitcher.

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Breaking Pitches into the Strikezone

You can be a great pitcher even if you don’t have overpowering speed if you can really command multiple pitches. How do you defend against batters moving up in the box?

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Consistency vs. Predictability

It’s important to be very consistent as a pitcher without being too predictable. Learn what drills I do with my pitchers to develop consistency in this week’s video!

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